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How the Greeks handle their Highway Patrol

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by smee, Apr 14, 2013.

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  2. Gold :) , try that here and you would get shot!
  3. Epic :ROFLMAO:
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  4. #4 Geoff3DMN, Apr 14, 2013
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    That looks suspiciously like the Kawasaki Europe (Austria) advert where exactly the same thing happens... I'm calling setup :)

  5. Breath testing in Serbia :D

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  6. Apart from the fact that it's obviously a set up and quite a bit old.
    Still funny as fcuk.
  7. I'm surprised a few drachmas (Euro doesn't seem to fair pretty well at the moment ;) ) weren't slipped in the officer's palm during the ride-by :D
  8. Yeah, if I had to choose I'd rather be Greek HWP than Greek riot police. :ninja:
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  9. Aye, when they are throwing petrol bombs at you, they aren't likely to slip you a fifty Euro note at the same time. :(
  10. Mr Panos

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  11. I always wondered who Smee got his debate training from :ROFLMAO:
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  12. I know this is wandering well off topic, but, the basic problem when Greece joined the E.U. is based on a misunderstanding.

    In Greek, the words for gift and loan are very similar.

    Doro is gift, Danio, is loan.

    The Greeks thought that all the money pouring in was Doro, and only when they got the interest bill and repayment rates, did they realise it was Danio.